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Today it is 77 years since the launch of the first atomic bomb

On August 6, 1945, the United States of America dropped the first atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima, causing about 140,000 casualties. Hiroshima...

Archaeologists search for clues to a lost Anglo-Saxon queen

Archaeologists at the University of Reading have launched a project to search for evidence of Cynethryth, one of the most powerful Anglo-Saxon queens in...

U.S. conspiracy theorist Alex Jones fined another $45 million for false claims about Sandy Hook massacre

The decision rests with a jury in Texas, which ruled a day ago that the famed American conspiracy theorist must pay $4.1 million in...

A mysterious metal sphere found in Mexico: UFO or space junk? The possibilities are endless

A mysterious metal sphere has been found in Mexico, giving rise to speculation that it may be part of an extraterrestrial spacecraft. The sphere, which...

The mystery of the woman who came back to life from the deep freeze: How many hours was she frozen?

On a winter morning in 1980, a man named Wally Nelson in Minnesota discovered the body of his girlfriend lying in the snow just...

A new series of chemical reactions could finally explain how life on earth originated

Once, when our planet Earth was very young, there was not even a trace of life on it. Then, with the help of chemistry,...

Joe Biden announced the death of al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri: “Justice has been served and this terrorist is no more”

U.S. President Joe Biden announced live on television Monday the death of Al-Qaeda leader, Egyptian Ayman al-Zawahiri, who was killed in a drone strike...

A mysterious 200 meter deep pit found in Chile. Authorities are trying to figure out how it was formed.

The hole, 25 meters in diameter, occurred near the town of Tuerra Amarilla in a mining area, and authorities are trying to determine why,...

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Archaeologists have unearthed an inscription confirming the discovery of Bethsaida, the birthplace of the apostles Peter, Andrew and Philip

Archaeologists excavating an ancient church in Israel say they have found evidence supporting the theory that the archaeological site...
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Derinkuyu, the underground city that can house 20,000 inhabitants. The incredible ingenuity of the ancient builders

Beneath the wind-sculpted, cone-shaped surface of Cappadocia in western Turkey, where millions of tourists visit each year, is a...

Spectacular, but deadly. Tourists get too close to the erupted volcano in Iceland to take a selfie

The Fagradalsfjall volcano near the Icelandic capital Reykjavik attracts more and more tourists. They come to admire the unique...

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